Remote (UK Based) Full time £45,000 - £53,000

Job description

You will work independently and free from paper and red tape but with support on hand every step of the way, cutting-edge technology, and a proven ability to create award-winning clinical development resources to make your clinical work as straightforward and effective as possible.

You will be treating patients through digital therapy, via video and telephone calls; giving you the flexibility to work from home and/or an office environment.

Our nationwide work varies, which means that you could be treating a range of people with a variety of mental health problems, from office workers and private medical insurance customers to those referred for accident-related trauma and more complex difficulties.

Using contemporary and evidence-informed treatment methods, you will have the technology, tools, and support that you need to thrive as a clinician and to deliver outstanding treatment to our patients.

Responsibilities

  • Treat your own clinical caseload of patients presenting with a variety of conditions and goals.
  • Use high-quality assessment skills to rapidly develop evidence-informed and highly effective formulations and treatment plans.
  • Manage high-quality patient notes, future appointments, psychometric measures, and compliance using our advanced patient workflow system.
  • Manage sensitive subjects and any cultural differences or obstacles with patients diplomatically and professionally.

Qualifications

  • Full or provisional BABCP accreditation.
  • Enhanced DBS check with adult and child barred list checked.

Experience

  • Evidence of conducting initial assessments, providing diagnosis, and prescribing treatment plans.
  • Track record of working and communicating effectively with patients.
  • Using communication skills effectively and working collaboratively as part of a team or with other therapists and mental health clinicians.
  • Evidence of reading/studying in the English language and producing well-structured written documents or reports.
Start date 10/11/2021
Location Remote (UK Based)
Salary £45,000 - £53,000
Hours per week 37.5
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